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Gender emancipation and micro-conflicts in teenagers' subjectivity making

The Leviathan’s tale It might be due to the irony of fate that the two main conceptual gatekeepers used in the last twenty years to frame what has happened in the recent history of Kashmir have been “dispute” and “conflict”. Both these words are related, more or less directly, with the India-Pakistan political and historical relation, aiming somehow to set a geometrical order over a context where complexities are hardly reducible to any dichotomy . For sure the partition, as an imaginary shaping narrative and policy implementing matrix, has played its role: we cannot avoid conceiving Kashmir as a scar

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Police Monday said that it has identified at least 18 youth responsible for attacking police station Nowhata as well as assaulting a policeman and torching his two wheeler in old Srinagar city. “More than a hundred youth cornered police station Nowhata in old Srinagar city two days back. These youth attacked station with stones, assaulted cops and even tried to torch the police station. We have identified at least 15 those youth who were guiding these stone-pelters. We took help of CCTV footage and monitored the events of attack minutely,” SP city North Tahir Saleem told CNS adding that in

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Stone throwing in Srinagar’s downtown area after Afzal Guru’s hanging in February this year. By Yusra Khan [A]fter spending three years in jail, he still says “Yes, I’m a stone thrower.” Born on the11th of February 1991, Aarif Baba* has two historical events associated with his birth date. 11th February is the day Mohammad Maqbool Butt, considered one of the founders of Kashmir’s freedom movement, was hanged and 1991 is the peak year of resistance in Kashmir. Like Butt, Baba too wants to see Kashmir prosper as an independent nation. Ever since his childhood, Baba has been drawn to stone throwing. At